A futuristic political intrigue (or so I think!) novel, over 60,000 words - and climbing!! Only on chapter five (of thirteen) so this may be a bit of a long one… Wish me luck! Trying to finish this one before Easter festivities commence…
Do check out the pretty pictures at http://postmodernjazzhouseart.tumblr.com/
Ed knew that the holes in his trousers pockets would come in handy, Cheryl Cole was in the audience.
I have just given in to the consumerist culture I hate; I’ve bought an iPad. I’ve convinced myself that it’s because it makes the arduous job of writing easier- and to be honest, I have already planned my next novel - but I can’t get rid of that feeling that I’ve somehow let myself down. However I have a plan to combat this self-deprication…it’s called a shiny new iPad. Did I mention how shiny it is?
As the latest addition to the Apple family, I’m personally pleasantly surprised by its simplicity. If this is what the combined efforts of capitalism and consumerism produce, then it’s easy to explain why it has been such a global success. If only Marx had foreseen - or better, invented - the iPod/iPad, it may have swayed the public vote in favour of Communism.
China - take note. Oh, you have already? Ah…
Lonely this Christmas - Mudd